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[texts]De l'émancipation de Saint-Domingue dans ses rapports avec la politique intérieure et extérieure de la France. Par N. A. de Salvandy - Salvandy, N.-A. de (Narcisse-Achille), 1795-1856
81, [3] p. ;|c20 cm. (8vo) Colophon reads: Imprimerie et fonderie de J. Pinard, rue Danjou-Dauphine, no. 8
Keywords: Imprint 1825
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[texts]Résume de l'histoire de St. Domingue (République d'Haïti), depuis sa découverte jusqu'à ce jour; : orné du portrait de général Boyer, président de ce gouvernement; par Raban. - Raban, 1795-1870
[2], xxxi, [1], 288 p., [1] leaf of plates :|bport. ;|c15 cm. (18 cm.) "Imprimerie de A. Béraud, rue de Foin-Saint-Jacques, no. 9": verso of half-title leaf
Keywords: Booksellers' catalogs; Imprint 1825
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[texts]De St.-Domingue. : Moyen facile d'augmenter l'indemnité due aux colons de St.-Domingue expropriés - unknown
Concerning the reluctant but inevitable agreement reached in 1825 between Jean-Pierre Boyer, who served as president from 1818-1843 with the French government. President Boyer and French officials in Paris, reached an agreement by which the French consented to recognize Haitian independence in return for the payment of an indemnity of 150 million francs as compensation for the massacre of French plantation owners by black slaves during the Haitian wars of independence
Keywords: Boyer, Jean Pierre, 1776-1850; Finance, Public; Expenditures, Public; Reparations for historical injustices; Indemnity; Imprint 1825
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[texts]The colonial controversy, : containing a refutation of the calumnies of the anticolonists, the state of Hayti, Sierra Leone, India, China, Cochin China, Java, &c., &c.; the production of sugar, &c. and the state of the free and slave labourers in those countries; fully considered, in a series of letters, addressed to the earl of Liverpool; with a supplementary letter to Mr. Macaulay. By James MacQueen. - MacQueen, James, 1778-1870
223, [1] p. ;|c23 cm. (From table on contents) Introduction -- Nottingham case - Tortola -- Apprenticed Africans -- Steele's case - Barbados -- Branding negroes - Jamaica -- Various misrepresentations refuted -- Hayti - former and present state of, considered -- Sierra Leone - state of, considered and exposed -- India, China, Java, &c. free and slave labour, and sugar produced there, examined. Emancipation West India slaves, &c...
Keywords: Macaulay, Zachary, 1768-1838; Slavery; Slavery; Slaves; Sugar growing; Imprint 1825
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